Law Enforcement Technology

NOV 2016

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 38 of 43 NOVEMBER 2016 LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY 39 IN D U S T R Y N E W S Super Seer and Strategic Technologies Group (STG)... exhibited its Helmet Awareness System at IACP 2016. With an increasing number of trucks and SUVs on the road today, lights on a motorcycle are oen hidden from other drivers by these high profile vehicles, resulting in devastating rear end collisions with motorcycles. The Helmet Awareness System provides motorcycle officers with a greater level of safety and visibility. Kahr Firearms Group... challenges shooting enthusiasts to submit their most impressive videos demonstrating their use of any Kahr, Magnum Research or Auto-Ordnance firearm. Shooters must be 18 years or older to participate in the KFG 2016 YouTube Shooting Video Contest. The winner will receive $5,000 in value on any Kahr Firearms Group products. Each Like will be counted as 5 views. The contest period runs October 1 through December 31. Check for a complete list of contest rules. NICE Systems... demonstrated its portfolio of digital policing solutions, including its cloud-based investigative soware solution, NICE Investigate, at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in San Diego. NICE Investigate runs on the secure Microso Azure Government cloud and a comprehensive, scalable, FBI CJIS-compliant cloud-based solution for managing investigations and digital evidence. Sticky Holsters... was accepted into the Veterans Family of Brands (VFOB). Sticky Holsters is an American owned company and its prod- ucts are 100 percent Made in the USA. Sticky Holsters provide a comfortable, adaptable, and easy way of concealed carry. The VFOB was founded in 2016. It is an organization that brings together like mission-minded companies, and indi- viduals with a passion for supporting US Military and First Responder Veterans and their families. Salient CRGT... a provider of Agile soware development, data analytics, mobility, cyber security, and infrastructure solutions, announced a contract award from the Institute of Scrap Recycling, Inc. (ISRI) to modernize an existing web application for the tracking and recovery of stolen materials. Salient CRGT will provide application develop- ment, data hosting, and IT modernization to support the ISRI's recovery efforts. IDIS... announced that the Alianza Lima soccer club, based in Lima, Peru, selected IDIS technology to provide an enhanced, state-of-the art security upgrade for its stadium facility. The stadium is undeni- ably one of the most impressive struc- tures in Lima, but its security system was woefully outdated consisting of only 16 analog cameras across the entire facility. COMPANY SPOTLIGHT L-Tron Corp.... published an e-Citation guide for the law enforcement and public safety sectors entitled, "Your Guide to e-Citation: From Start to Finish". The guidebook explores the following topics: The basics of elec- tronic ticketing, handwritten traffic cita- tions and its challenges, officer safety and community improvements, benefits of e-Citation, e-Citation equipment, funding tips, and choosing a technology partner. Public stations partner with DHS America's Public Television Stations have established a formal partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate to promote the deployment of public safety datacasting as an effective component in the protection of the American people. Pilot programs with public television stations in Houston, Chicago, Boston, Las Vegas, Washington D.C. and other commu- nities have demonstrated the value of datacasting in coordinating emergency response efforts among responsible agen- cies and bringing life-saving information to the public efficiently and effectively. America's Public Television Stations is a nonprofit membership organization estab- lished in 1979. Its mission is to conduct strategic planning, research, communica- tions, advocacy and other activities that foster a strong and financially sound public television system, providing essen- tial public services to all Americans. For more information, visit RFID Journal highlights best practices RFID announced that Delta Air Lines, the U.S. Air Force, Northrop Grumman and other leading aerospace and defense companies recently shared how they are benefiting from RFID (Radio- Frequency Identification) technologies in their operations. RFID in Aerospace and Defense 2016 was held Oct. 20 at California's Long Beach Convention Center. The conference and exhibition helped attendees learn how to comply with customer requirements, determine the best RFID technology for their needs, and learn best practices from early adopters. Session topics included How Delta Improves Maintenance Efficiencies with RFID; How DARPA SHIELD Improves Traceability and Deters Counterfeiting, How the U.S. Air Force Improves Aircra Maintenance with AIT, and Understanding Equipment Value Stream Management and RFID at BAE Systems. For more information, visit and

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Law Enforcement Technology - NOV 2016